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West's ulterior motives hyping China's Maritime Traffic Safety Law

China Daily 23 Sep 2021
On September 1, China's revised Maritime Traffic Safety Law came into force. This is a new initiative from China to promote law-based maritime governance as the country deepens its reform and opening-up and advances the rule of law in a comprehensive way ... This is the case with China's Coast Guard Law, so is with the Maritime Traffic Safety Law.
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Bill would reform marine liability

Santa Barbara News-Press 23 Sep 2021
Salud Carbajal, D-Santa Barbara, introduced new legislation on Wednesday that aims to reform longstanding maritime liability law. In response to the Conception boat fire that claimed the lives of 34 individuals in 2019, U.S ... The legislation would reform longstanding maritime liability law.
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Tensions grow as US, allies deepen Indo-Pacific involvement

Journal Review 23 Sep 2021
But the underlying issues have not changed, with China building up its military outposts as it presses its maritime claims over critical sea lanes, and the U.S. and its allies growing louder in their support of Taiwan, which China claims as part of its territory, and deepening military cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.
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AUKUS sub deal splits ASEAN into pro and con camps

Asiatimes 23 Sep 2021
Though not directly mentioning China, Locsin warned of the Asian superpower’s “threatening” behavior in the disputed waters, including the use of “maritime militia” vessels to intrude into Philippine-claimed waters.
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AP News in Brief at 6:04 a.m. EDT

Eagle-Tribune 23 Sep 2021
The AP Interview ... Show patience ... But the underlying issues have not changed, with China building up its military outposts as it presses its maritime claims over critical sea lanes, and the U.S. and its allies growing louder in their support of Taiwan, which China claims as part of its territory, and deepening military cooperation in the Indo-Pacific ... .
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AP News in Brief at 12:04 a.m. EDT

Reflector 23 Sep 2021
The U.S ... “But now, I feel better ... But the underlying issues have not changed, with China building up its military outposts as it presses its maritime claims over critical sea lanes, and the U.S. and its allies growing louder in their support of Taiwan, which China claims as part of its territory, and deepening military cooperation in the Indo-Pacific.
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Quad leaders to oppose attempts to change status quo in East China Sea

Kyodo 22 Sep 2021
According to the sources, a draft of a joint leaders' statement uses tougher language than before regarding the situation in the waters where China is stepping up its territorial claims, saying that the Quad members "oppose challenges to the maritime rules-based order," particularly in the East and South China seas.
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AUKUS vs China: Inching Toward War

GlobalResearch 22 Sep 2021
The other flashpoint is in the South China Sea where the US accuses China of “bullying” other nations by making “excessive” maritime claims ... The United States challenges excessive maritime claims around the world regardless of the identity of the claimant ... The US Navy also makes another telling admission when it claimed..
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Colombia dismisses Nicaragua’s World Court claims over maritime boundaries

Metro USA 22 Sep 2021
THE HAGUE (Reuters) – Lawyers for Colombia on Wednesday dismissed Nicaragua’s claims before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), insisting that Bogota did respect a 2012 ruling on their maritime boundaries in the western Caribbean by the same court. “All of Nicaragua’s claims are unsubstantiated and artificial.
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Colombia dismisses Nicaragua's World Court claims over maritime boundaries

Reuters 22 Sep 2021
THE HAGUE, Sept 22 (Reuters) - Lawyers for Colombia on Wednesday dismissed Nicaragua's claims before the International Court of Justice (ICJ), insisting that Bogota did respect a 2012 ruling on their maritime boundaries in the western Caribbean by the same court. "All of Nicaragua's claims are unsubstantiated and artificial.
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Du30 stresses PH arbitral win as ‘just and fair’

Manila Standard Today 22 Sep 2021
President Rodrigo Duterte on Wednesday stressed the importance of the Philippines’ historic arbitral victory against China’s sweeping maritime claims in the South China Sea (SCS), calling it a “win-win solution.” During the 76th session of the United ...
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Brasher Law Firm Founder Named to 2021 Texas Super Lawyers List

Killeen Daily Herald 22 Sep 2021
BEAUMONT, Texas, Sept ... Mr. Brasher, who is recognized for his work in insurance law, is marking his fourth year on the Texas Super Lawyers listing ... Mr ... Brasher ... Brasher ... Mr ... Mr ... The firm represents individuals throughout Texas, Louisiana and Oklahoma in cases involving personal injury claims, insurance claims, employment law and maritime law ... April Arias.
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Names in the News: People making a difference in the Lake Area

American Press 22 Sep 2021
Retired judge joins law firm. Judge Ulysses Gene Thibodeaux, retired chief judge of the Third Circuit Court of Appeal, has joined the law firm of Cox, Cox, Filo, Camel & Wilson, located at 723 Broad St. Thibodeaux’s practice will consist of select personal injury, workers’ compensation and maritime claims ... Sarro named to state board ... John Bel Edwards ... .
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Can India, Quad and China cooperate in Afghanistan?

Greek City Times 22 Sep 2021
The US has announced the Quad’s first-ever Leaders’ Summit to take place at Washington D.C. on September 24 ... India was represented in both ... Afghanistan is mentioned ... It is based on a shared vision for a “Free and Open Indo-Pacific”, with a focus on countering Chinese maritime claims and not on Central Asia issues ... Tags ... .
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